5 of the Best Open-Air Street Markets

Open-air street markets are my 'go to' for just about anything homemade, homegrown or handmade. So when I come across such places in different countries, I am overjoyed so much so that I dedicate sometimes a whole day walking up and down every aisle making sure not to miss a thing.

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Don’t Get Left Behind: Things to know about airport departures from Manila, Philippines

When it’s time to leave a place behind, whether it’s to continue on to your next travel destination or to head back home, it can sometimes be a hassle. Your flight either leaves way too early in the morning after spending the night soaking up the last of everything that...

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The Best Thing I Ever Ate While Traveling

Once I step foot in a new city, town or continent, besides spreading my wings across the land, I am ready to eat. Eating like a native is my mission. Whether it’s fish and chips in London, oysters in Ireland or gelato in Italy, I will find the time and...

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Welcome to the Hobbit House

The island of Boracay, Philippines, is most well known for it's palm-fringed white sand beaches, sheltered swimming, sailing and diving opportunities. It's unlikely you'd visit Boracay just to go to The Hobbit House. The Hobbit House is, however, one of those places most travellers' curiosity will lead them to at...

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The Philippines: Highly Affordable!

When planning travel, the first things that comes to mind is money; how much will I need to save, will I stay within my budget... and so on and so on.  From big cities to sandy beach resorts, the Philippines has something in it for everyone.

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The Illusion of Time and Distance

In the urban areas of the US and many Western nations, when someone gives you directions they are pretty exact: Go 3 blocks, turn left at Walden St, go 1-1/2 miles until you see the red house with the flashing neon arrow that says “We are here.” Not so in...

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Top Travel Generation Writers

  1. 01. Lisa Miller Lisa Miller
  2. 02. Leah Bostwick Leah Bostwick
    from Detroit, Michigan, USA
  3. 03. Sofie Couwenbergh Sofie Couwenbergh
  4. 04. Jamie Bowlby-Whiting Jamie Bowlby-Whiting
    from a small village in rural England
  5. 05. Linda  Martin Linda Martin

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